Silver Linings

I can look back to that experience with MS and know that I am stronger because of it and can tackle the latest disappointment.

Information Overload

Take the information you can, keep smiling and do what you need to do.

Everyone Else’s

I think the key takeaway here is to always be mindful of others’ situations.

COVID-19 Vaccine: Understanding Additional Doses and Boosters

With the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve made further adaptations

A Story of Two Movements: The MS Community Honors Dr. King

Address racial disparities and inequities in the healthcare system that impede access to care, and ultimately, a cure, for MS.

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5 Things To Know About Evusheld

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently authorized Evusheld for use to prevent… Read More

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Limits That Change

The tricky thing about MS and the symptoms is that you are not guaranteed that… Read More

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It seems like winter just left and now it’s back again.

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A Moving Experience

Recently, I made the big decision to move my life south, and moving is the… Read More

Dream Big

A cure for MS. That. That’s the ultimate dream.

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Five Ways MS Has Changed the Past Five Years

I made a list of the five ways—one for each year of the disease—MS changed… Read More

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A Conversation With My Daughter

Recently, I sat down with my daughter, Rebecca, to discuss our dynamic and how caregiving… Read More

Third Dose

For a person living with MS since 1990, the extra layer of protection I gained… Read More

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Why Does My Brain Forget to Talk to My Bladder?

I’d love link arms with you on your journey; we no longer need to suffer… Read More

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aHSCT: Who Might Benefit?

The National MS Society has endorsed aHSCT as an additional treatment approach for people with… Read More

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My Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Bladder

It’s okay to take 100 bathroom breaks in 30 minutes; it’s okay to need to… Read More

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Sharing My Family’s MS Experience

There’s only hope on the horizon, and we’re coming together to make things better.

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Treating MS in a Universal Healthcare System

In the U.K., as you may know, we have the National Health Service (NHS).

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Sharing My MS Diagnosis at Work

This experience has taught me that it is OK to talk about my MS journey… Read More

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MS and Something Else: 7 Tips to Manage Your Chronic Disease and Comorbidities

Here are 7 tips that have helped me along the way in juggling comorbidities and… Read More

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Hand Lettering My Way Through Tough Times

During this time, I learned how helpful hand lettering is for me in tough times.

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